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Postpartum Moms Say They Feel Ignored And Here’s How You Can Help  

    When a woman is pregnant, oftentimes people go out of their way to help her – as the sight of a pregnant belly is enough to soften even the hardest of hearts. There are baby showers, celebrations, and many people asking if they can touch the “baby bump.” […]

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Top 5 Habits To Drop For A Healthy Lifestyle 

    It seems we are constantly being bombarded from all corners of life on things we need to be doing. Our children’s school wants more volunteer hours, the cashier wants you to take her unsolicited parenting advice after your daughter has a mental breakdown over the pink spinning lollipop […]

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5 Effective Ways To Support Our Children’s Mental Health

  Recent events have given parents a whole new slew of issues to deal with concerning their children. There are all the new school policies to contend with or virtual schooling, trying to limit screen time when the entire family is home 24/7, and learning to entertain multiple children at […]

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If You No Longer Do The Things You Love Then You May Be Suffering From This Condition

  Staring at the wall you reminisce about how a month ago you would have spent this quiet moment getting your workout out or finishing your scrapbook. While you know the fact that you chose to spend the time staring at a wall instead should be sad you fail to […]

6-year-old Girl Taken To A Mental Health Facility Without Parental Consent

6-year-old Girl Taken To A Mental Health Facility Without Parental Consent

The left has been working hard over the years to put individual responsibility into the hands of the government. Inhibition of parental rights has reached a frightening level, leaving well-meaning parents to battle a system they are forced to support. A Florida mother and her daughter became victims of overreach […]

It’s True – Therapy Can Actually Make You A Better Parent 

It’s True – Therapy Can Actually Make You A Better Parent 

Being a mom is a rewarding gift – but it is also challenging and often overwhelming.  And for moms struggling with postpartum depression or other anxiety disorders – parenting can seem almost impossible. But instead of encouraging struggling moms to seek professional counseling, society often pressures moms to just “grin […]

How To Discipline A Child with ADHD

How To Discipline A Child with ADHD

Every parent has a different way they discipline their child, but some parents unknowingly cause more harm than good. From grounding their children to screaming at them, to expecting them to behave a certain way without telling them ahead of time their expectations, many children become confused during the discipline […]

A Tragic Case in Canada Serves As a Cautionary Tale for Parents in the U.S.

A Tragic Case in Canada Serves As a Cautionary Tale for Parents in the U.S.

The laws of the United States and many other nations mandate that a minor is anyone under the age of eighteen, and thereby subject to the guidance of their parent or legal guardian. Teens cannot vote, establish a residency on their own, or enter military service before this milestone, and […]

Longer Paid Family Leave Helps Moms Fight Postpartum Depression

Longer Paid Family Leave Helps Moms Fight Postpartum Depression

Moms who have just given birth and hold a full-time job are often put in a position to have to choose between caring for their baby and going back to work. Some companies offer generous leave policies, while some moms barely take a week off before they head back to […]

California Takes Another Right Away That Cost A Child Her Life

California Takes Another Right Away That Cost A Child Her Life

As the nation teeters on a political divide, one of the most liberal states attempts to tip the scales into demise.  California is relentlessly pursuing a completely government run population where they are able to dictate the future of our children.  Turns out the public school system does not know […]